Melbourne City College Title Melbourne City College Aged Care Melbourne City College Child Care Melbourne City College English Language Training Melbourne City College Enquire Melbourne City College Website Melbourne City College OET

Hindu Temples (Mandirs) in Sydney & NSW

List of Hindu Temples (Mandirs) in Sydney & Other Cities of NSW. Places of worship for Hindus in Sydney NSW Australia.

Shri Shiva Mandir Minto, Sydney, NSW
Address: 201 Eagleview Road, Minto NSW 2566
Naresh Sharma
Ph: (02) 0418 247 577
Mobile: 0432 584 804

Vedanata Centre of Sydney
Address: 2 Stewart St, Ermington, NSW, 2115
Phone: 02 8197 7351
Fax: 02 8197 7352
Email: vedasydney@gmail.com
Website: www.vedantaaustralia.org

Ram Krishna Temple Austral
Address: 275 Fifteenth Avenue, Austral, NSW
Telephone: 0411 101 700
Website: www.ssds.org.au
Facebook: Facebook.com/ramkrishnatemple

Shirdi Saibaba Mandir Castle Hill, Sydney
Kripasindhu Sai Sansthan
Open 7 Days from 7pm to 8.30pm with Shej Aarti at 7.30pm
Address: Unit 47, 5, Gladstone Road, Castle Hill
Email: contact@shirdisaibaba.com.au
Website: www.shirdisaibaba.com.au

Shree Sanatan Dharm Sabha of NSW Inc. (SSDS) Ram Krishna Temple
24/7 Lyn Parade, Prestons NSW 2170
PO Box 624, Moorebank NSW 2170
Phone:  (02) 9608 6099
Website:  www.ssds.org.au
Email:  ramkrishnatemple@hotmail.com
Facebook:  Find us on Facebook under SSDS Ram Krishna Temple

Sri Mandir Hindu Temple, Auburn, Sydney
Address: 286 Cumberland Road, Auburn, Sydney, NSW 2144
Priest: Pt Jatin Bhatt
Phone: (02) 9643 1919
Email: srimandir@hotmail.com
Website: www.srimandir.org

Sri Karphaga Vinayakar Temple (Sydney Ganesh Temple)
Email: skvt@optusnet.com.au
Telephone: 02 97469590
Address: 123 The Crescent,  Homebush West, Sydney NSW 2140

Hare Krishna (ISKCON) Temple North Sydney
Address: 180 Falcon Street, North Sydney NSW 2060
Telephone: (02) 99594558
Fax (02) 9571893
Email: info@iskcon.com.au

Hare Krishna (ISKCON) Temple Newton
Address: 3296 King Street, Newtown, Sydney, NSW 2042
Telephone: (02) 5506524

Hare Krishna (ISKCON) New Govardhana Temple and Farm, Eungella, NSW
Hindu Temple/Mandir Eungella, Sydney, NSW
Address: 525 Tyalgum Road, Eungella, New South Wales
PO Box: ISKCON New Govardhana, PO BOX 157, Murwillumbah, New South Wales, 2484
Telephone: +61 2 6672 6579
Web: http://www.krishnafarm.com

Hare Krishna (ISKCON) New Gokula Farm
Address: Lewis Lane (off Mt. View Rd, Millfield, near Cessnock
PO Box: P.O. Box 399, Cessnock, NSW 2325
Telephone: (02) 4998 1800
Web: www.newgokula.com

Shri Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir
(Bochasanwasi Shree Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha – BAPS)
Address: 40, Eleanor Street, Rosehill , N.S.W. 2142
Telephone: 02 9897 2776
Fax: 02 9637 4470
Website: www.swaminarayan.org/globalnetwork/fareast/sydney.htm

Sri Venkateswara Temple, Helensburgh, Sydney, NSW
Address: Temple Road, Helensburgh, NSW 2508
Telephone:(02) 4294 3224

Sydney Murugan Temple
Address: 217 Great Western Hwy, Mays Hill, Sydney NSW 2145
Telephone: 02 687 1695
Fax: 02 9687 8907

Mukti-Gupteshwar Mandir Society
Address: 203 Eagleview Road, Minto NSW 2566
Rama Misra
Telephone: (02) 9820 375
Mobile: 0413 139 000

Sita Ram Mandir
Address: 47 Wattle Avenue, Carramar, Sydney, NSW 2163
Telephone: 02 9788 8261

Bhartiye Mandir
Address: 42 Kibo Road, Regents Park, Sydney, NSW 2143
Telephone: 0412 243 430

Sai Temple Castle Hill, Sydney
Open SEVEN days 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm, Shej Arti at 7.30pm daily. Weekly Abhishek takes place every Sunday between 10 am and 12.30 pm
Baba Abhishek every Sunday 11 am.
Address: 5, Gladstone Road, Unit No 47, Castle Hill, Sydney
Website: www.shirdisaibaba.com.au

Mandirs in Sydney Hindu Temples in Sydney, NSW Australia

3 Listings Found

SHREE VISHWANATH TEMPLE
5/47 Wentworth Ave
0451 706 720
Email
8.82KM

Shri Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir, Rosehill, Sydney, NSW
40 Eleanor Street, Rosehill, Sydney, NSW 2142
02 9897 2776
Website
9.91KM

Sydney Murugan Temple
217 Great Western Hwy, Mays Hill, Sydney NSW 2145
02 9687 8907
9.93KM

Add Your Business

22 Responses to "Hindu Temples (Mandirs) in Sydney & NSW"

  1. meenakshi Says:
    Thu 16th Nov 17 1:16pm

    Hi,

    Neha & Rajat I am also looking for a temple for the mundan ceremony of my daughter did you guys find anyplace?please let me know.
    thanks

  2. Rajat Says:
    Thu 20th Jul 17 9:48pm

    Hi Neha, I’m also looking for a temple to get my daughter’s mundan done. Did you find something? Thanks.

  3. Neha Says:
    Sat 18th Mar 17 9:42am

    Hi,
    I am trying to find out which temples do mundan ceremony in sydney. Can you please let me know.
    Email: nehu_nannu@hotmail.com

  4. Lekhnath Tiwari Sharma Says:
    Fri 18th Mar 16 11:34am

    I am blessed with some small knowledge of treatment of some diseases.not much but some more than aaloepathic treatment.I am a hindu and would like to work for sometime in hindu institution .for more details plz feel free feel to contact me on weekend between 12:30-3:00pm.

  5. Priyanka Bawa Says:
    Fri 14th Aug 15 11:25am

    Priyanka bawa7@gmail.com…my e mail

  6. Priyanka Bawa Says:
    Fri 14th Aug 15 11:24am

    I am from india….I am coming in austrlia…one and half month….I am bhagwat kathawack….my program released Iin channel divya…channel aastha..channel z zagran …channel sharda….so contect me bhajan sandiya in house

  7. Shubham prince Says:
    Sat 27th Jun 15 10:46am

    Jai mata di,kisi bhagat ne maa Ka jagran krvana ho to contact kre,0416357322. Jai mata di shubham prince Merrylands ,sydney.

  8. reddy Says:
    Mon 30th Mar 15 8:15pm

    Dear sir
    This is reddy and my query is regarding mundan ceremony for my son who turns 9 months next month and is there any facility in your temple for that please let me know
    Thanks
    Reddy
    0403548096

  9. kshitij Says:
    Mon 5th May 14 8:28pm

    Bajrang bali ji ka mandir sydney main kahan hai? Agar kisi ko pata ho tau kripya kar kay mujahy pata bata dey

  10. kshitij Says:
    Mon 5th May 14 8:27pm

    Bajrang bali ji ka temple sydney main kahan hai?

  11. Sallie Says:
    Sat 12th Jan 13 7:02am

    Hi there,
    I have recently married a young Hindi gentleman and I am keen to learn about his religion. He has told me he wishes to convert to Sikh so any info would be much appreciated…
    Thanks all

  12. Niranjan Singh Says:
    Mon 24th Oct 11 4:05pm

    Dewali ke sub aursar par har ek ghar ke aggana lachmi nachea aur durga deep jalawe aur naya saal sub mangal mea ho jai mata di

  13. Vinay Says:
    Sun 26th Jun 11 1:56am

    Hi,
    I am living in Sydney and I know astrology , palmistry and all type of pooja like satyanarayan katha , vastu yagna , veidik lagna vidhi , chandi path , rudri path , laghu rudra , Vishnu yagna , navchandi yagna , etc any type of pooja.
    Any time call me 0430018935
    Vinay

  14. Hi Raj Says:
    Tue 1st Feb 11 10:28pm

    We Teaches Indian classical,semi Classical(Bhajans,Gazlas),Old Hindi Movie songs also Teaches Instrumental Like(Tabla,Harmonium,Casio and Dholki).We also do programs for special occasions.contact at a867s@yahoo.com or call 0430305549

  15. Ramesh Dave Says:
    Sat 18th Dec 10 12:48pm

    Hi Bobby ! I’m a Gujarati but I can speak Bengali very well. The Pooja-Havans and all religious rituals are same and they have no thing to do with a specific language.Any one can perform the pooja including myself. But I’m in Melbourne otherwise I could perform the
    Shubho Jonmodiner Pujo for your Chele. Aabaar Dekha Hobe
    Aashuk !! Ramesh Dave
    0421 69 4450

  16. Ramesh Dave Says:
    Sat 18th Dec 10 12:41pm

    Hi Isein !The concept of death in Hinduism is very realistic. Lord Krishna in Geeta says ” Our body is like a shirt. The Soul is the real thing that matters.The Soul is immortal, no body can do any harm to it as it is eternal.It changes a body like we change our clothes.May it be India, Australia or any part of the world, this concept never changes. Hindus beleave in re incarnation or re-birth. One has to take birth as well as to die. No body can stop this cycle. However, if we do good to others ( i.e.good deeds)we get birth in a good family,country,society and also get good virtues & wisdom

  17. Bobby Says:
    Wed 1st Dec 10 12:15pm

    Hi,

    I live in Parramatta.
    Can i please get contact details for a bengali priest in Sydney to do some pooja for the birth of my son.

    regds

  18. Liverpool India Says:
    Sat 25th Sep 10 5:25pm

    Liverpool India
    Phone 02 9822 4950

    Marble tamples in all size available in stock.
    God statues, Pujapo
    Available in stock.

  19. Deepak Gupta Says:
    Mon 2nd Aug 10 11:03am

    Dear Sir,

    This is Jagdamba Marble Handicrafts, which specializes in manufacturing and supplier sanitary ware for many years.
    Our products:
    God status

    Durga Ma

    Shiva

    Shivling

    Ram Darbaar

    Buddha

    Attachments are for reference.

    If you are interested, please send me an email or call me. Let’s talk about details.

    Have a nice day!

    Regard

    Deepak Gupta

    +91 09837425825

    Jagdamba Marble Handicrafts

    28/510 A, Handicraft Bazaar,

    Kans Gate, Gokul Pura

    Agra- 282002

    http://www.kaaliexport.com

    Jagdamba2001@yahoo.co.in

  20. Isein Says:
    Fri 7th May 10 4:51am

    Hi my name is Isien Hanna am a student who is in year 12. I only received my Assessment for society and culture which is called PIP(Personal Interest Project) Which is about to pick any topics that am interested in so I chose "Death: how Different cultures react to death", in this case I should be looking for 2 cultures Different to my own so I decide to pick Hindu and Jewish culture to find the Similarities and differences between of them in term of death rituals, I need to ask a Hindu priest who lives in Australia to email them or to contact them or to have their websites to ask them about the concept of "death" in Hindu , and are there some rituals that are continuous and they still practice it in Australia and what they are? And what have been changed in these rituals in Australia comparing to their country in terms of death?

    Therefore I will conduct a copy of my interview to them so they can answer my questions. It is really important for me to know what has been changed in Death rituals in Australia, and this assessment worth 40% of HSC marks so I need really help from you if you can offer it for me.

  21. varala srikanth Says:
    Sun 14th Feb 10 4:45am

    HARE SRINIVASA

    Dear Sir,

    i know regular manthras, vayusthuti,venkatesh sthotram, vishnusahsranama,Naarasimha stotram etc.. i have computer knowledge. i have a indian passport.

    i am ready 2 good service to our esteemed organizations.

    thanking you.

  22. varala srikanth Says:
    Sun 14th Feb 10 4:44am

    HARE SRINIVASA

    Dear Sir,

    i know regular manthras, vayusthuti,venkatesh sthotram, vishnusahsranama,Naarasimha stotram etc.. i have computer knowledge. i have a indian passport.

    i am ready 2 good service to our esteemed organizations.

    thanking you. VARALA SRIKANTH 9703088217

scroll to top